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A reward of 13.5 million rupees has been announced for those who can reveal the address of an Indian citizen – Bol News

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A reward of 13.5 million rupees has been announced for anyone who can reveal the address of an Indian citizen

A reward of 13.5 million rupees has been announced for anyone who can reveal the address of an Indian citizen

The Australian police has announced a reward of 13.5 million Pakistani rupees for the information of the address of the Indian.

According to a foreign news agency, the Australian police are looking for an Indian citizen involved in the murder of a woman, and a reward of 633,000 dollars (13.5 million Pakistani rupees) has been announced for anyone who can provide information.

According to the report, the name of the accused is Rajvinder Singh, whose age is 38 years, while the accused is accused of murdering a 24-year-old girl, Toya Kordingali.

The report said that Rajvinder Singh worked as a nurse at a hospital in Queensland when the body of the dead girl was found on the beach in Waingati, where she had taken her pet dog for a walk.

Police say that on the day the girl’s body was found, at that time Rajvinder Singh had gone to Sydney from Cairns and then a day later he fled to India.

Deputy Police Commissioner Tracey Linford has expressed fears that Rajvinder Singh is in India, while she said three Queensland police officers are currently in India dealing with Indian authorities.

It is to be noted that this is the largest reward money in Queensland’s history to be offered by the police to an informant, with the amount approved by the Minister of Police.

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